Nothing could be sweeter than this beautiful Chihuahua family and their hamster snuggle buddy. Hailing from Bangkok, Thailand, the interspecies gang, known as the Yuta fam, also includes a giant cat named Ritchie, who sees himself as the leader, and, recently, some adorable kittens.

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One frequent video subject of the Yuta family is napping together. Nothing could better care for insomnia than watching these fluffy li’l buddies snoozing the afternoon away.

Sweet puppy kisses

A double handful of love

Hamster pedicure

Pack nap

Sleepytime train to snoozeville

The Chihuahua is a tiny dog with a huge personality. A national symbol of Mexico, these alert and amusing “purse dogs” stand among the oldest breeds of the Americas, with a lineage going back to the ancient kingdoms of pre-Columbian times.

A cute interview with the Yuta Fam gang

For some Chihuahua owners, their family is complete with one delightful little dog. Still, for others, the addition of a brand new four-legged family member has the potential to be a fantastic experience for all. Getting through the introduction of new pets can be tricky, though – Chihuahuas are notoriously possessive of their owners, and these little Velcro pups may not want to share the limelight with another furry friend!

One girl comments: “That is awesome. I’m so glad you are blessed with all these little babies. So much fun! I want to play too.”

However, once your Chi decides to open its welcoming paws to a new family member, it can be smooth sailing and very Chihuahua-friendly

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